Genre: Pop, Dance, Rock
Maleah Quyen (pronounced mu-lee-ah qu-een) is a Vietnamese-born Canadian commercial/fashion model, stylist, merchandiser and designer of her clothing label Storm. She is a business woman in a league of her own.
Quyen started modeling in her early twenties after she packed up and moved from Toronto to Vancouver B.C. Her agent booked her first modeling gig for a hair show with a prestige hair salon from Italy. Since then she has appeared in fashion shows, advertisements, editorials, FTV.com- Fashion TV Asia such as Skinny knickers, Mami magazine, designer Ali and Hassan Sheheryar Yasin to name a few. Quyen also participated in underwater modeling in Cebu Philippines, produced by Bigfoot studios.
Quyen currently resides in Toronto, Canada. While she continues her work in fashion and developing her businesses, she feels she has much more to give and to achieve in life. So, with her courage, determination and a positive attitude, she is now ready to pursue a childhood dream as a singer.
Like most people, Quyen relies on music for inspiration, and connects to powerful song lyrics that she relates to during good and bad times. As a true artist, she expresses herself through singing, liberating love and profound passions. She is spiritual, full of ambitions and confident in her own skin, having somewhat of a modest sex appeal but never over doing it. Quyen is vocally trained in classical and pop genres.
Maleah Quyen officially re-releases her two track single God’s Gift, which debuts in spring 2012. The single was collaboration with music producer Mark S. Berry, chairman of Attack Media Group and also, producer/engineer Zolis Audio Productions. God’s Gift was written by Hilton Bharadia and music by Bardur Haberg and Oli Jogvansson. It is an upbeat dance track with a catchy tune that delivers a playful message to the listener, telling the story of a Casanova or Playboy. In the second track Maleah sings I’ll Make it OK, the lyrics and melody are by Aasa Marie Mollen and music is by Joe Barboza. I’ll Make it OK is a moderate tempo ballad about a girl confessing her emotions and frustrations to her man.